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Asterisk fails to start after an upgrade that includes Debian 10.3

Description

Given a Wazo installed before 2020-02-08
When I upgrade my engine
Then Asterisk fails to start at the end of wazo-upgrade and when launching with `systemctl start asterisk.service`

The workaround is to add a drop-in file to the the User field in systemd

Technical details:

Systemd patch: https://salsa.debian.org/systemd-team/systemd/commit/e9c8637d06e373430b8986643cfb537a23b0b1fd

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Sébastien Duthil
February 10, 2020, 10:13 PM
Edited

For the record:

 

Technical solution:

  • for 20.03+: add `User=asterisk` to asterisk.service in asterisk package

  • for 20.02 and below: add `User=asterisk` to drop-in from wazo-asterisk-config package

    • commit:



Steps:

  • fix asterisk package in wazo-dev-buster

  • document bug and workaround in Jira

  • backport fix in package wazo-asterisk-config to:

    • pelican-buster

    • wazo-rc-buster

    • archive 20.02, 20.01, 19.17

    • archive 19.16 and 19.15

    • archive 19.14

    • archive 19.13

  • tag wazo-asterisk-config

  • paste the workaround on Mattermost wazo-platform for people that are stuck

  • Run wazo-daily-rolling-prod test

 

Assignee

Pascal Cadotte

Reporter

Pascal Cadotte

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François Blackburn
Sébastien Duthil

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